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Reading time • 6 minutesMusical Theatre
WAAPA dance. A group of dancers all dressed in red gather together under a billowing length of fabric that looks like a cloud WAAPA dancers find finesse and flair
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WAAPA dancers find finesse and flair

11 June 2022

WAAPA dance students do justice to classic and contemporary works in their midyear performance season, writes Rita Clarke.

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Caress/Ache. A group of people are dressed in doctors surgical scrubs and masks. One person has their hands in an empty baby's humidicrib The beauty and pain of touch
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The beauty and pain of touch

10 June 2022

Caress/Ache is far from perfect but, as David Zampatti discovers, the quality of the production and performances go a long way to compensating for its shortcomings.

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Barney McAll WAAPA Jazz in the Theatre series. A bearded man at the piano looks toward fellow musicians who are playing a keyboard and harp. WAAPA serves up a slice of NYC jazz
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WAAPA serves up a slice of NYC jazz

9 May 2022

In a retrospective performance, jazz virtuoso Barney McAll draws on the traditions of his genre while pointing the way to the future, writes Garry Lee

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Carla Adams, Yearning and Longing, 2022, polyester cord, acrylic eyes, lava stone and glass beads. 32 x 27cm each. Two faces, made of pink coiled cord What to SEE: May gig guide
What to SEE

What to SEE: May gig guide

7 April 2022

Wondering what to SEE this May? Check out Seesaw Mag’s new gig guide for the hottest tips across theatre, music, dance, visual arts and more!

Reading time • 10 minutesMulti-arts
A man regally dressed in fancy 17th century style formal wear reaches out to another man in whiote robes. he is crouching on the floor with the hands raised together in front of him Timely reminder of the power of satire
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Timely reminder of the power of satire

5 April 2022

The WAAPA third year acting students’ sparkling revival of Moliere’s classic Tartuffe speaks to the kind of cynicism so prevalent in our halls of power today, writes Jan Hallam.

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Two performers in blonde wigs and pink dresses are surrounded by a group of people in dark coats and hats, some are holding cameras and some have pencils and pads Young performers prove the main event
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Young performers prove the main event

5 April 2022

WAAPA’s third year musical theatre students make the best of a bad lot in this revival of Side Show, a musical David Zampatti thinks we could have done without.

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Verge. Photo Stephen Heath Photography Dancers stand on the stage, legs akimbo, one hand on their head, the other on their leg. They are silhouetted against a white cyclorama. Graduating dancers keep sense of joy
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Graduating dancers keep sense of joy

16 November 2021

A White Act degustation, a collection of oscillations and a comical retro-styled finale make for an enjoyable evening of dance, says Nina Levy.

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Your Arts Playground podcast: November

28 October 2021

This month we’re excited about the re-opening the Art Gallery of WA, the Fremantle Biennale, the Perth International Jazz Festival… and more!

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